19th Annual Bernard Edelman
DWI Law & Science Virtual Seminar

Missouri's premier DWI conference

July 29-31, 2021

Thank you to our planning committee chairs!


Kim Benjamin
Benjamin Law Firm


Tory Bernsen
Muhlenkamp & Bernsen


John Eccher
Eccher Law Group


Matt Fry
Rosenblum, Schwartz, and Fry

Featuring these speakers and more ...


LIVE - David Ball
Nationally known author & trial expert


LIVE - Kevin Schug
Professor of Analytical Chemistry at The University of Texas at Arlington


LIVE - Larry Pozner
Nationally known author & speaker on cross


Cynthia Short
Trial lawyer and founding member of Investigating Innocence 


Rod Chapel
The Chapel Law Group, LLC - Jefferson City


Tory Bernsen
Muhlenkamp & Bernsen - St. Louis


LIVE - Travis Noble
Sindel Noble - St. Louis


LIVE - Tom Hollingsworth
Prosecuting Attorney - Hillsboro


LIVE - Joseph St. Louis
Nessci & St. Louis - Tucson, Arizona


LIVE - Travis Jones
TBJ, LLC - Moscow Mills


Tyrone Moncriffe
Tyrone Moncriffe & Associates - Houston, Texas


LIVE - Richard Jaffe
Nationally known criminal lawyer, legal analyst & author

Event details

Date: July 29-31, 2021
Price: $300 MACDL Member | $340 Non-MACDL Member
Location: Virtual

Since 2002, the Bernard Edelman DWI Law & Science Seminar has brought together nationally recognized lawyers, speakers, and authors to help Missouri lawyers better serve their clients. From the ethical defense of individuals with medical marijuana cards to the science around blood test admissibility and reliability in alcohol and drug cases, this conference has your CLE needs covered!

Co-hosted by The Missouri Bar and the Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, this virtual seminar is your first and best opportunity to learn from experts in the fields of science and the law.

This year’s conference highlights include:

  • David Ball on Criminal Defense: How to Win at Trial
    David Ball, well known author and trial expert, and Richard Jaffe, renown author and criminal trial lawyer
  • Lab Tour: Learn How Your Blood Test Cases Can Easily Have False Results
    Professor Kevin Schug, University of Texas Arlington, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Pozner on Cross: The Chapter Method Applied to DUI Cases
    Larry Pozner, author and founding partner of Reilly Pozner, LLP, Denver, CO

Additional highlights

  • 20 different educational sessions to choose from
  • 24.3 MCLE hours, including 2.2 hours in Ethics and 1.2 hours in Elimination of Bias
  • Access to educational materials for a full year post-conference
  • Free E-book for all attendees “David Ball on Criminal Defense”

 

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